Series: Dark Ages Clan Novel

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Dark Ages: Nosferatu by John H. Steele1
Dark Ages: Assamite by Stefan Petrucha2
Dark Ages: Cappadocian by Andrew Bates3
Dark Ages: Setite by Kathleen Ryan4
Dark Ages: Lasombra by David Wilson5
Dark Ages: Ravnos by Sarah Roark6
Dark Ages: Malkavian by Ellen Kiley7
Dark Ages: Brujah by Myranda Kalis8
Dark Ages: Toreador by Janet Trautvetter9
Dark Ages: Gangrel by Tim Waggoner10
Dark Ages: Tremere by Sarah Roark11
Dark Ages: Ventrue by Matthew McFarland12
Dark Ages: Tzimisce by Myranda Kalis13

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  1. Clan Tremere Trilogy: Widow's Walk by Eric Griffin (2000)
  2. To Sift Through Bitter Ashes by David Niall Wilson (1997)
  3. Clan Lasombra Trilogy: Shards by Bruce Baugh (2002)
  4. The Devil's Advocate by John H. Steele (1997)
  5. A Morbid Initiation by Philippe Boulle (2002)
  6. Clan Brujah Trilogy: Slave Ring by Tim Dedopulos (2003)
  7. Predator & Prey: Vampire by Carl Bowen (2000)
  8. Bloodwar by Robert Weinberg (1995)
  9. Clan Brujah Trilogy: The Puppet-Masters by Tim Dedopulos (2003)
  10. Clan Novel: Setite by Kathleen Ryan (1999)
  11. Gehenna: The Final Night by Ari Marmell (2004)
  12. Silent Striders & Black Furies by Carl Bowen (2001)
  13. The Fall of Atlanta by Stewart Wieck (2003)
  14. The Road to Hell by Robert Weinberg (1996)
  15. Vampire: The Dark Ages by Jennifer Hartshorn (1995)

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